No matter what your reasons are for beginning a brand-new workout program you truly have to take note of your dietary demands. If you work out like insane however consume a high fat diet plan you will not enjoy the complete advantages from your exercises.
Dietician Lauren Antonucci advises to pay at least as much attention to your long-run nutrition plan as you do to selecting your trainers or tracking your heart rate. Many studies support her statement: results have shown that critical to the process of rebuilding glycogen after a long exercise is what we eat, how much we eat and the timing of nutrient intake. To speed up the rate of muscle glycogen synthesis it is important to consume the right carbohydrate to protein ratio (4:1) within 30 minutes after your workout or race. This way you will stimulate muscle tissue repair, minimize muscle soreness, and reduce risk of common cold due to a weakened immune system.
You already heard the winter season is the best time for running?
- You prefer running during sunny and hot summer days?
- You think there are too many precautions for runners in cold weather?
- You are not motivated to leave the warmth of your home?
Here are some tips how to feel more positive about the upcoming 3 months
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